if people knew what a comfort to horses a light hand
is, and how it keeps a good mouth and a good temper, they surely would not chuck, and drag, and pull at the rein as they often do.
These phases of the walk remained written on John's memory, each emphasised by the touch of that light hand
on his arm; and behind all these aspects of the nocturnal city he saw, in his mind's-eye, a picture of the lighted drawing-room at home where he had sat talking with Flora; and his father, from the other end, had looked on with a kind and ironical smile.
But the next moment, without her having discerned the sound of a footstep, she felt a light hand
on her shoulder, and heard a voice close to her saying, "Maggie!"
Suddenly he felt a light hand
upon his shoulder from behind, and a woman's voice whispering, "Quick, m'sieur; this way.
So, they went softly up the kitchen stairs on tiptoe, and Bella with her light hand
softly removed the fastenings of the house door, and Pa, having received a parting hug, made off.
D'Artagnan therefore took the post, and chose a horse which he soon caused to demonstrate, with good spurs and a light hand
, that deer are not the swiftest animals in nature.
The crescent of the moon, in her flight upward from the horizon, had paused at the moment, on the summit of the light hand
tower, and seemed to have perched itself, like a luminous bird, on the edge of the balustrade, cut out in black trefoils.
"He hath no light hand
in war, hath Sir Robert," said Chandos.
'Take me back at once, please,' urges his Affianced, quickly laying her light hand
upon his wrist.
I have a light hand
; and if I have been seen apparently to correct Madame Rigaud in that manner, I have done it almost playfully.'
Just as I reached the gravel-walk, I felt an arm slipped within mine, and a light hand
gently pressing my wrist.
His light hand
was evident in the pink, thinly sliced raw beef topped with a green wasabi leaf and a tasty onion relish and ponzu jelly.